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Cincinnati Zoo Morns the Loss of Twelve-Year-Old Giraffe Kimba

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accutane nz cost A giraffe at the Cincinnati Zoo has reportedly died after what appears to be a bad reaction to a recent surgery done on its hooves.

The zoo says that the twelve-year-old male giraffe, named Kimba, passed away Sunday after it had collapsed to the ground in the zoo’s giraffe barn.

The procedure which was supposed to mitigate a major health issue.

Renowned farrier Steve Foxworth, an expert in hoof care for large and small ungulates, gave Kimba a thorough hoof trim to address mobility issues that he’s been experiencing for months.

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Foxworth, a Certified Lameness Specialist (CLS) who has had great success turning around lame horses and exotic animals and making them sound.

“He had been dealing with pain related to chronic lameness since last summer, and we were looking forward to him feeling better after he had a successful procedure last week to fix his hooves,” according to Christina Gorsuch,  curator of mammals at the Cincinnati Zoo.

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Kimba came to the Cincinnati Zoo from a facility in Rhode Island in 2008 on a breeding recommendation from the Association of Zoos and Aquariums’ Species Survival Plan.

He was 12 years old and fathered six calves.


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